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Mergers and Acquisitions. has been added to your Cart. This nutshell is literally just a really condensed version of the textbook by Oesterle, but its good because the nutshell leaves in all the necessary stuff while removing all the fluff from the textbook. 4 people found this helpful.

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A succinct exposition of the law or mergers and acquisitions law to which a student or lawyer can turn for reliable guidance. All the titles have been written by outstanding authorities and recognized experts. The book is a compact format for convenient reference. ISBN13: 9780314159564.

Mergers and Acquisitions in a Nutshell. This is called the book in a nutshell, but if you pick up this book, you would be able to understand mergers and acquisitions in the most comprehensive manner.

Mergers and acquisitions also take place in relation to much smaller transactions. In an increasing number of countries mergers are now occurring between public sector organisa-tions in areas such as universities and hospital trusts

Mergers and acquisitions also take place in relation to much smaller transactions. In an increasing number of countries mergers are now occurring between public sector organisa-tions in areas such as universities and hospital trusts. The indications are that this high level of interest in mergers and acquisitions will continue and if anything increase. As technology continues to develop, and as deregulation and globalisation evolve, the old barriers to trade and national influence become less and less of an obstruction to international trade.

This is a brand new book at a great price. Author Dale Oesterle. Publication Year 2008. Publisher West Academic Publishing. We're committed to providing low prices every day, on everything.

Personal Name: Oesterle, Dale . 1950-. West nutshell series. General Note: Includes index. Uniform Title: Nutshell series

Personal Name: Oesterle, Dale . Uniform Title: Nutshell series. Rubrics: Consolidation and merger of corporations Law and legislation United States. by Charlotte Templin. ISBN: 0700607080 (cloth : alk. paper) Author: Templin, Charlotte. Publication & Distribution: Lawrence, Ka. .University Press of Kansas, (c)1995. Author: Jong, Erica Criticism and interpretation History.

Presents materials for study of the legal regulations that affect the structure, timing, and price of corporate acquisitions and reorganizations.

Mergers and Acquisitions in a Nutshell: Mergers and Acquisitions (Nutshell Series) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0314253156

ISBN: 0314253157

Author: Dale A. Oesterle

Category: Business and Money

Subcategory: Management & Leadership

Language: English

Publisher: West Group (August 2001)

Pages: 297 pages

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Doukree
All hail this nutshell. I may be giving this nutshell more credit than its worth, because it saved me on my M&A final. This nutshell gave me everything I needed to know for my take home M&A final. I had 48 hours to basically teach myself M&A and finish the final. I did finish the final and came out with a good grade in the class all thanks to this handy little nutshell, which taught me everything I needed to know. This nutshell is literally just a really condensed version of the textbook by Oesterle, but its good because the nutshell leaves in all the necessary stuff while removing all the fluff from the textbook.
Doukree
All hail this nutshell. I may be giving this nutshell more credit than its worth, because it saved me on my M&A final. This nutshell gave me everything I needed to know for my take home M&A final. I had 48 hours to basically teach myself M&A and finish the final. I did finish the final and came out with a good grade in the class all thanks to this handy little nutshell, which taught me everything I needed to know. This nutshell is literally just a really condensed version of the textbook by Oesterle, but its good because the nutshell leaves in all the necessary stuff while removing all the fluff from the textbook.
Halloween
great overview for final exam.
Halloween
great overview for final exam.
Kirinaya
There are some typos in this electronic version which in some case cast doubt on the accuracy of the text. Otherwise, my experience of reading this book is quite satisfactory.
Kirinaya
There are some typos in this electronic version which in some case cast doubt on the accuracy of the text. Otherwise, my experience of reading this book is quite satisfactory.
Moronydit
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Moronydit
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Tat
Hi! I have not purchased this book but I figured that given the other review on here, I should clarify that the Nutshell series are meant for law students (probably practitioners too). The prior reviewer obviously didn't realize this.
Tat
Hi! I have not purchased this book but I figured that given the other review on here, I should clarify that the Nutshell series are meant for law students (probably practitioners too). The prior reviewer obviously didn't realize this.
thrust
This book provides a comprehensive description of the legal aspects of M&A. Unfortunately, the prose is quite difficult to navigate. It appears to be written primarily for those with some legal training. I have found other texts such as DePamphilis' Mergers and Acquisitions to provide a much more readable and comprehensive discussion of the topic.
thrust
This book provides a comprehensive description of the legal aspects of M&A. Unfortunately, the prose is quite difficult to navigate. It appears to be written primarily for those with some legal training. I have found other texts such as DePamphilis' Mergers and Acquisitions to provide a much more readable and comprehensive discussion of the topic.